For the second time since their son’s death, Julie and Paul Tsatsos stood in front of a room of reporters, hoping to keep his story alive.
Certain medical marijuana businesses will be able to remain open in Michigan while seeking a state license required under a new system.
Winter is inching closer and chances are it will be an active year.
Michigan Supreme Court Justice Joan Larsen has been promoted to a federal appeals court.
The move is in response to an outbreak of hepatitis A that may be spreading beyond the southeastern portion of the state.
When West Michigan voters go to the polls Tuesday, they’ll be asked to choose city leaders and decide on millages and bonds.
A Michigan financial adviser is busy on Twitter, trying to sort out a case of mistaken identity.
A waterspout was seen spinning along the lakeshore near Ludington Monday afternoon.
One of Michigan’s largest health insurers stopped covering a type of treatment that some patients rely on.
A suburban Detroit mom who was jailed for violating a court order to have her son vaccinated is asking a judge to prevent future vaccination…
Legislators received a bill reforming no-fault auto insurance in Michigan this week, but it isn’t getting everyone’s support.
A year after the 2016 election, the state of Michigan still is in court resisting a challenge to a ban on straight-party voting.
The stench of decomposing flesh pulsed from a funeral home into a Michigan neighborhood as maggots wriggled along the garage floor.
Enbridge says it knew three years ago that protective coating had been damaged but didn’t inform regulatory agencies.
The U.S. is investigating complaints that steering wheels can come loose on some Ford Fusion sedans.